Forbes recently released its list of America’s largest private companies. The list contains a total of 229, including six door and window related companies. Here’s a closer look at those that made the list:

No. 33: Menards

According to Forbes, Menards is the third-largest home improvement chain in the country. The Eau Claire, Wis.-based company reports their revenue for 2017 totaling at $10 billion, with 45,000 employees.

No. 36: ABC Supply

ABC Supply continues to climb the list at number 36. Forbes reports that ABC is the largest roofing and vinyl siding wholesale distributor in the U.S., collecting $9.3 billion in revenue, while employing a total of 14,000 employees. The company is based in Beloit, Wis.

No. 66: Momentive

Waterford, N.Y.-based Momentive may have just been formed in 2010, but already it made Forbes’ list. The company develops high-performance resins, silicones and other advanced materials, reporting a total revenue of $5.9 billion in the past year, and employing 9,500 people.

No. 125: 84 Lumber

Coming in at number 125 is 84 Lumber. The privately-held building materials supplier, based in Eighty Four, Pa., reported a total 2017 revenue of $3.3 billion. The company cites 5,500 employees.

No. 140: Infor

Infor, previously known as Agilisys, is a company that develops industry specific software across the globe. It reported a total revenue of $3.1 billion and 16,680 employees. The company is based in New York, N.Y.

No. 171: Andersen

Bayport, Minn.-based Andersen makes the list at number 171. The window manufacturer reported $2.6 billion in total revenue and 12,000 employees.

All information is as of October 24, 2018.


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